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Wearing Jeans To Work? Here Are 6 Best Styles To Slay The Office Look

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Wearing Jeans To Work? Here Are 6 Best Styles To Slay The Office Look

Looking for awesome styles of jeans that you can wear to work. I am breaking down the best ones in this post. Not all jeans are good fit to office. 

Plus, not all jeans are comfortable to sit in at your desk specially after the long lunch break you had. 

Worry not, we bring you the best denim that look stylish, make your outfit look professional and are comfortable too. 

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Best Jeans To Wear To Work

The Dark Wash Jeans

The goal is to find a uniform wash one. The dark wash shade looks really sophisticated. And even if they are jeans, the vivid shade and uniformity of the color makes is structured. Hence perfect pair to wear to office. 

The goal is the pick a jeans that’s stretchy, so you feel comfortable, all day even after sitting through meetings. 

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The Ankle Length Straight Leg Jeans

Straight leg jeans are everyone’s favorite these days. If it’s not, are you living under a rock? Skinny jeans are not the most comfortable when you have to sit for hours at your desk. Even with a standing desk.

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If you haven’t already checkout the best skinny jeans alternative that look much more updated and comfy.

But straight leg jeans are relaxed and if you pick the right size, then you will be comfortable in them all day. But instead of super long one, pick ankle length straight leg jeans.

They show off just a bit of ankle. They look chic but are also practical for all the flat shoes you can wear with them.

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The Wide Leg Jeans

The wide leg jeans is a no brainer. I call them the trousers for casual lovers. They look elegant and stylish. And flatters all body type. 

Wide leg jeans look better a little longer. You can easily wear them with boots with heels, or even regular heels. 

So, for all you heel ladies, this would be your favorite. 

And when the weather gets warmer, you can wear espadrille wedges for summer work look.

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The White Jeans

While a lot of ladies don’t like to wear white jeans to work, I always feel like it’s a great alternative to trousers. If you want to look polished and put together for a presentation or board room meeting, pick this jeans. 

And when it comes to the style of the white jeans. Straight leg or wide leg jeans are better than skinny jeans. And you already know why. 

They just look better. 

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The Black Jeans

Yes, I am not recommending black skinny jeans. First of these jeans do not look good with anything other than tall boots. And most of us own a pair anyways. 

But if you really want your black jeans work outfit look like a power look, then pick a pure black straight leg jeans. 

You don’t need ankle length, you can also pick a little longer touching your feet. Since these are black, you can still fold it, but most of the time, you don’t need to. 

You can wear flats and heels both with them.

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The Trouser Jeans

The pleated jeans who look like pants or trousers but are made of denim fabric is the ultimate work wear pick for you. They look stylish and are really comfortable to wear. 

And guess what no camel toe issue. Usually these styles of jeans are longer, so look elegant and will add some sophistication to your outfit. 

Pick them in denim shade and flaunt them at work.

OUR TOP PICK

Jeans To Avoid Wear To Work

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